The oldest fishing hook in the world was found.

Probably, 23, 000 years ago, fishermen boasted each other before each other, proving which huge fish they caught.

This is evidenced by an ancient fishing hook found by archaeologists when studying a limestone cave on Okinawa island, located between Japan and Taiwan. The fishing hook is made of sea shell residues.

Most likely, a seasonal migration of crabs and fish was held through this cave in this cave, which attracted people here and provided good catch.

Radio carbon analysis of pieces of charcoal found along with the crochet showed that the discovery of at least 23, 000 years, which makes this fishing hook the oldest one in its kind.